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    1. Visiers, I; Ballesteros, JA; Weinstein, H
      Three-dimensional representations of G protein-coupled receptor structuresand mechanisms

      G PROTEIN PATHWAYS, PT A, RECEPTORS
    2. Max, M; Shanker, YG; Huang, LQ; Rong, M; Liu, Z; Campagne, F; Weinstein, H; Damak, S; Margolskee, RF
      Tas1r3, encoding a new candidate taste receptor, is allelic to the sweet responsiveness locus Sac

      NATURE GENETICS
    3. Stover, E; Weinstein, H
      Health, human rights, and ethics

      CAMBRIDGE QUARTERLY OF HEALTHCARE ETHICS
    4. Visiers, I; Hassan, SA; Weinstein, H
      Differences in conformational properties of the second intracellular loop (IL2) in 5HT(2C) receptors modified by RNA editing can account for G protein coupling efficiency

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    5. Lebrun, A; Lavery, R; Weinstein, H
      Modeling multi-component protein-DNA complexes: the role of bending and dimerization in the complex of p53 dimers with DNA

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    6. Huang, P; Li, J; Chen, CG; Visiers, I; Weinstein, H; Liu-Chen, LY
      Functional role of a conserved motif in TM6 of the rat mu opioid receptor:Constitutively active and inactive receptors result from substitutions of Thr6.34(279) with Lys and Asp

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    7. Li, J; Huang, P; Chen, CG; de Riel, JK; Weinstein, H; Liu-Chen, LY
      Constitutive activation of the mu opioid receptor by mutation of D3.49(164), but not D3.32(147): D3.49(164) is critical for stabilization of the inactive form of the receptor and for its expression

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Xu, W; Li, J; Chen, CG; Huang, P; Weinstein, H; Javitch, JA; Shi, L; de Riel, JK; Liu-Chen, LY
      Comparison of the amino acid residues in the sixth transmembrane domains accessible in the binding-site crevices of mu, delta, and kappa opioid receptors

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    9. Ravindranath, Y; Chang, M; Raimondi, S; Carroll, AJ; Steuber, CP; Camitta, B; Weinstein, H
      Prognostic factors and patterns of failure in childhood acute myeloid leukemia: Experience on Pediatric Oncology Group Study # 8821

      ACUTE LEUKEMIAS VIII: PROGNOSTIC FACTORS AND TREATMENT STRATEGIES
    10. Chang, M; Raimondi, SC; Ravindranath, Y; Carroll, AJ; Camitta, B; Gresik, MV; Steuber, CP; Weinstein, H
      Prognostic factors in children and adolescents with acute myeloid leukemia(excluding children with Down syndrome and acute promyelocytic leukemia): univariate and recursive partitioning analysis of patients treated on Pediatric Oncology Group (POC) Study 8821

      LEUKEMIA
    11. Visiers, I; Braunheim, BB; Weinstein, H
      Prokink: a protocol for numerical evaluation of helix distortions by proline

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    12. Konvicka, K; Campagne, F; Weinstein, H
      Interactive construction of residue-based diagrams of proteins: the RbDe web service

      PROTEIN ENGINEERING
    13. Pastor, N; Weinstein, H; Jamison, E; Brenowitz, M
      A detailed interpretation of OH radical footprints in a TBP-DNA complex reveals the role of dynamics in the mechanism of sequence-specific binding

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    14. Sankararamakrishnan, R; Konvicka, K; Mehler, EL; Weinstein, H
      Solvation in simulated annealing and high-temperature molecular dynamics of proteins: A restrained water droplet model

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUANTUM CHEMISTRY
    15. Sankararamakrishnan, R; Weinstein, H
      Molecular dynamics simulations predict a tilted orientation for the helical region of dynorphin A(1-17) in dimyristoylphosphatidylcholine bilayers

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    16. Pardo, L; Campillo, M; Bosch, D; Pastor, N; Weinstein, H
      Binding mechanisms of TATA box-binding proteins: DNA kinking is stabilizedby specific hydrogen bonds

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    17. Norregaard, L; Visiers, I; Loland, CJ; Ballesteros, J; Weinstein, H; Gether, U
      Structural probing of a microdomain in the dopamine transporter by engineering of artificial Zn2+ binding sites

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    18. Javitch, JA; Shi, L; Simpson, MM; Chen, JY; Chiappa, V; Visiers, I; Weinstein, H; Ballesteros, JA
      The fourth transmembrane segment of the dopamine D2 receptor: Accessibility in the binding-site crevice and position in the transmembrane bundle

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    19. Flanagan, CA; Rodic, V; Konvicka, K; Yuen, T; Chi, L; Rivier, JE; Millar, RP; Weinstein, H; Sealfon, SC
      Multiple interactions of the Asp(2.61(98)) side chain of the gonadotropin-releasing hormone receptor contribute differentially to ligand interaction

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    20. Cao, CS; Weinstein, H
      Characterization of downflowing high velocity fluidized beds

      AICHE JOURNAL
    21. Cao, CS; Weinstein, H
      Gas dispersion in downflowing high velocity fluidized beds

      AICHE JOURNAL
    22. Sansom, MSP; Weinstein, H
      Hinges, swivels and switches: the role of prolines in signalling via transmembrane alpha-helices

      TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    23. Pastor, N; MacKerell, AD; Weinstein, H
      TIT for TAT: The properties of inosine and adenosine in TATA box DNA

      JOURNAL OF BIOMOLECULAR STRUCTURE & DYNAMICS
    24. Foster, C; Meyer, K; Georgakopoulos, N; Ellestad, AJ; Fitzgerald, DJ; Tilman, K; Weinstein, H; Young, H; Roskamm, H
      Left ventricular function during interval and steady state exercise

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    25. Strain, J; Cartagena-Rochas, A; Zeng, SD; Wallack, J; Bialer, P; Catalan, JP; Mack, A; Liebowitz, M; Campeas, R; Thompson, W; Blumenfield, M; Holland, J; Massie, MJ; Almenca, J; Barraclough, J; Williams, R; Dimsdale, J; Zucker, H; Milrod, B; Sharpe, M; Cole, S; Saravay, S; Hall, R; Strain, J; Streltzer, J; Strain, J; Strain, J; Mayou, R; Smith, G; Strain, J; Fahs, M; Katon, W; Levy, N; Fraguas, R; Cardena, E; Spiegel, D; Caliendo, G; Karim, A; Walsh, T; Fairburn, C; Bronheim, H; Rhodes, R; Hyler, S; Weinstein, H; Fulop, G; Blazer, D; Steffens, D; Lipsitt, D; Mayou, R; Warwick, H; Miller, A; Pariante, C; Creed, F; Lyons, J; Pincus, H; Fahs, M; Kathol, R; Kaufman, D; Dening, TR; Crimslisk, H; Mayou, R; Strain, G; Gise, L; Breitbart, W; Dening, TR; Lowe, RS; Karim, A; Cole, S; Goldfrank, LR; King, S; Atkinson, JH; Mayou, R; Snyder, S; Stoudemire, A; Brown, TM; Bronheim, H; Thompson, W; Aaronson, N; Wise, T; Schiavi, R; Hawton, K; Blumenfield, S; Bass, C; Cloninger, R; Mayou, R; Mahler, E; Rahe, R; Robinson, R; Sharpe, M; Galanter, M; Metrikin; Hawton, K; Mahler, E; Surman, O; Riether, AM; Andrykowski, M; Lesko, L; Malt, U
      Part III: Topics, contributors, and database A. Topics and contributors

      GENERAL HOSPITAL PSYCHIATRY
    26. Darnton-Hill, I; Mora, JO; Weinstein, H; Wilbur, S; Nalubola, PR
      Iron and folate fortification in the Americas to prevent and control micronutrient malnutrition: An analysis

      NUTRITION REVIEWS
    27. Duong, TH; Mehler, EL; Weinstein, H
      Molecular dynamics simulation of membranes and a transmembrane helix

      JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS
    28. Hou, WS; Bromme, D; Zhao, YM; Mehler, E; Dushey, C; Weinstein, H; Miranda, CS; Fraga, C; Greig, F; Carey, J; Rimoin, DL; Desnick, RJ; Gelb, BD
      Characterization of novel cathepsin K mutations in the pro and mature polypeptide regions causing pycnodysostosis

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    29. Fianagan, CA; Zhou, W; Chi, L; Yuen, T; Rodic, V; Robertson, D; Johnson, M; Holland, P; Millar, RP; Weinstein, H; Mitchell, R; Sealfon, SC
      The functional microdomain in transmembrane helices 2 and 7 regulates expression, activation, and coupling pathways of the gonadotropin-releasing hormone receptor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    30. Xu, W; Ozdener, F; Li, JG; Chen, CG; de Riel, JK; Weinstein, H; Liu-Chen, LY
      Functional role of the spatial proximity of Asp114(2.50) in TMH2 and Asn332(7.49) in TMH7 of the mu opioid receptor

      FEBS LETTERS
    31. Ri, Y; Ballesteros, JA; Abrams, CK; Oh, S; Verselis, VK; Weinstein, H; Bargiello, TA
      The role of a conserved proline residue in mediating conformational changes associated with voltage gating of Cx32 gap junctions

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    32. WEINSTEIN H; REINHARDT CP; LEPPO JA
      DIRECT-DETECTION OF REGIONAL MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA WITH TC-99M NITROIMIDAZOLE IN RABBITS

      The Journal of nuclear medicine
    33. NAUMOVSKI L; MARTINOVSKY G; WONG C; CHANG M; RAVENDRANATH Y; WEINSTEIN H; DAHL G
      BCL-2 EXPRESSION DOES NOT CORRELATE WITH PATIENT OUTCOME IN PEDIATRICACUTE MYELOGENOUS LEUKEMIA

      Leukemia research
    34. JENSEN AD; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; GETHER U
      SITE-SELECTIVE FLUORESCENT LABELING OF THE BETA-2 ADRENOCEPTOR - MAPPING AGONIST-INDUCED CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES AT THE CYTOPLASMIC SIDE OF TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT VI

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    35. GETHER U; JENSEN AD; GHANOUNI P; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; KOBILKA BK
      DELINEATING STRUCTURAL-CHANGES INVOLVED IN ACTIVATION OF G-PROTEIN COUPLED RECEPTORS BY FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    36. GETHER U; JENSEN AD; GHANOUNI P; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; KOBILKA BK
      DELINEATING STRUCTURAL-CHANGES INVOLVED IN ACTIVATION OF G-PROTEIN COUPLED RECEPTORS BY FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    37. CARTER J; GRAGEROV A; KONVICKA K; ELDER G; WEINSTEIN H; LAZZARINI RA
      NEUROFILAMENT (NF) ASSEMBLY - DIVERGENT CHARACTERISTICS OF HUMAN AND RODENT NF-L SUBUNITS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    38. BALLESTEROS J; KITANOVIC S; GUARNIERI F; DAVIES P; FROMME BJ; KONVICKA K; CHI L; MILLAR RP; DAVIDSON JS; WEINSTEIN H; SEALFON SC
      FUNCTIONAL MICRODOMAINS IN G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTORS - THE CONSERVED ARGININE-CAGE MOTIF IN THE GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    39. KOLLMAN P; WEINSTEIN H; ZERNER M
      INTRODUCTION - THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY IN BIOLOGY - FROM MOLECULAR-STRUCTURE TO FUNCTIONAL MECHANISMS - A SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM OF THE 9TH INTERNATIONAL-CONGRESS OF QUANTUM-CHEMISTRY - JUNE 3-7, 1997, DESOTO HILTON, SAVANNA, GA

      International journal of quantum chemistry
    40. PARDO L; PASTOR N; WEINSTEIN H
      SELECTIVE BINDING OF THE TATA BOX-BINDING PROTEIN TO THE TATA BOX-CONTAINING PROMOTER - ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURAL AND ENERGETIC FACTORS

      Biophysical journal
    41. KONVICKA K; GUARNIERI F; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H
      A PROPOSED STRUCTURE FOR TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT-7 OF G-PROTEIN-COUPLEDRECEPTORS INCORPORATING AN ASN-PRO ASP-PRO MOTIF/

      Biophysical journal
    42. PARDO L; PASTOR N; WEINSTEIN H
      PROGRESSIVE DNA BENDING IS MADE POSSIBLE BY GRADUAL CHANGES IN THE TORSION ANGLE OF THE GLYCOSYL BOND

      Biophysical journal
    43. WRIGGERS W; MEHLER E; PITICI F; WEINSTEIN H; SCHULTEN K
      STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF CALMODULIN IN SOLUTION

      Biophysical journal
    44. PITICI F; WONG CF; WEINSTEIN H
      A PREDICTOR OF ACTIVITY IN CALMODULIN STRUCTURAL CONGENERS - THE PROPENSITY FOR HELIX-COIL STRUCTURE IN THE LINKER RESIDUES-77-81

      Biophysical journal
    45. JAVITCH JA; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; CHEN JY
      A CLUSTER OF AROMATIC RESIDUES IN THE 6TH MEMBRANE-SPANNING SEGMENT OF THE DOPAMINE D2 RECEPTOR IS ACCESSIBLE IN THE BINDING-SITE CREVICE

      Biochemistry
    46. Meyer, K; Foster, C; Georgakopoulos, N; Hajric, R; Westbrook, S; Ellestad, A; Tilman, K; Fitzgerald, D; Young, H; Weinstein, H
      Comparison of left ventricular function during interval versus steady-state exercise training in patients with chronic congestive heart failure

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    47. STRAHS D; WEINSTEIN H
      COMPARATIVE MODELING AND MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS STUDIES OF THE DELTA-OPIOID, KAPPA-OPIOID AND MU-OPIOID RECEPTORS

      Protein engineering
    48. GETHER U; LIN S; GHANOUNI P; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; KOBILKA BK
      AGONISTS INDUCE CONFORMATIONAL-CHANGES IN TRANSMEMBRANE DOMAIN-III AND DOMAIN-VI OF THE BETA(2) ADRENOCEPTOR

      EMBO journal
    49. SOIRAT AJA; WONG CF; OSMAN R; WEINSTEIN H
      BROWNIAN DYNAMICS SIMULATIONS OF THE REACTIONS OF HYDRATED ELECTRONS WITH COMPONENTS OF DNAS AND A DNA DOUBLE-HELIX

      Journal of computational chemistry
    50. SEALFON SC; WEINSTEIN H; MILLAR RP
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF LIGAND INTERACTION WITH THE GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE RECEPTOR

      Endocrine reviews
    51. CHEN YB; WENG GZ; LI JR; HARRY A; PIERONI J; DINGUS J; HILDEBRANDT JD; GUARNIERI F; WEINSTEIN H; IYENGAR R
      A SURFACE ON THE G-PROTEIN BETA-SUBUNIT INVOLVED IN INTERACTIONS WITHADENYLYL CYCLASES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    52. GETHER U; BALLESTEROS JA; SEIFERT R; SANDERSBUSH E; WEINSTEIN H; KOBILKA BK
      STRUCTURAL INSTABILITY OF A CONSTITUTIVELY ACTIVE G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR - AGONIST-INDEPENDENT ACTIVATION DUE TO CONFORMATIONAL FLEXIBILITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    53. PARDO L; WEINSTEIN H
      ON THE STRUCTURE AND ACTIVITY OF MEMBRANE-RECEPTORS - A COMPUTATIONALSIMULATION OF LIGAND-TRIGGERED ACTIVATION IN A MODEL 5-HT1A RECEPTOR

      International journal of quantum chemistry
    54. STINE KC; BECTON DL; WARREN BA; WEINSTEIN H; BEHM F
      IL-2 AND IL-12 AUGMENT APOPTOSIS OF CRYOPRESERVED PEDIATRIC AML BLASTS

      Blood
    55. PASTOR N; PARDO L; WEINSTEIN H
      DOES TATA MATTER - A STRUCTURAL EXPLORATION OF THE SELECTIVITY DETERMINANTS IN ITS COMPLEXES WITH TATA BOX-BINDING PROTEIN

      Biophysical journal
    56. PARDO L; PASTOR N; WEINSTEIN H
      A CONTINUOUS TRAJECTORY OF DNA BENDING IS MADE POSSIBLE BY GRADUAL CHANGES IN THE TORSION ANGLE OF THE GLYCOSIDIC-BOND

      Biophysical journal
    57. GUARNIERI F; CHI L; RODIC V; BALLESTEROS J; WEINSTEIN H; SEALFON SC
      THE CONFORMATION OF THE 2ND IC-LOOP OF THE GNRH RECEPTOR CONTRIBUTES TO SIGNALING EFFICIENCY

      Biophysical journal
    58. KONVICKA K; GUARNIERI F; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H
      PROPOSED STRUCTURE FOR THE NPXXY SEQUENCE MOTIF IN TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT-7 OF G-PROTEIN COUPLED RECEPTORS

      Biophysical journal
    59. STRAHS D; GUARNIERI F; WEINSTEIN H
      DIFFERENCES IN BINDING OF EPOXYMORPHINAN AGONISTS AND ANTAGONISTS TO STRUCTURAL MODELS OF THE OPIOID RECEPTOR

      Biophysical journal
    60. MEHLER EL; GELB BD; DESNICK RJ; WEINSTEIN H
      COMPUTATIONAL STUDIES OF INHERITED MUTATIONS IN HUMAN CATHEPSIN-K CAUSING PYCNODYSOSTOSIS, A LYSOSOMAL BONE-DISEASE

      Biophysical journal
    61. GELB BD; HOU WS; BROMME D; MEHLER E; WEINSTEIN H; DESNICK RJ
      PYCNODYSOSTOSIS - IDENTIFICATION, EXPRESSION AND MODELING OF NOVEL MUTATIONS IN THE CATHEPSIN-K GENE

      American journal of human genetics
    62. CHEN LB; WEINSTEIN H
      TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION AROUND HEATED HORIZONTAL JET IN FLUIDIZED-BED

      AIChE journal
    63. GORLIN JB; HUMPHREYS D; KENT P; GALACKI D; KEVY SV; GRUPP S; DILLER L; WEINSTEIN H; GRIER H; SHAMBERGER R
      PEDIATRIC LARGE-VOLUME PERIPHERAL-BLOOD PROGENITOR-CELL COLLECTIONS FROM PATIENTS UNDER 25KG - A PRIMER

      Journal of clinical apheresis
    64. STEUBER CP; KRISCHER J; HOLBROOK T; CAMITTA B; LAND V; SEXAUER C; MAHONEY D; WEINSTEIN H
      THERAPY OF REFRACTORY OR RECURRENT CHILDHOOD ACUTE MYELOID-LEUKEMIA USING AMSACRINE AND ETOPOSIDE WITH OR WITHOUT AZACITIDINE - A PEDIATRIC-ONCOLOGY-GROUP RANDOMIZED PHASE-II STUDY

      Journal of clinical oncology
    65. WEINSTEIN H
      SECURING EMPLOYER-BASED PENSIONS - AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE - BRODIE,Z, MITCHELL,OS, TURNER,JA

      Monthly labor review
    66. WEINSTEIN H; MEHLER EL
      STRUCTURAL-CHANGE MECHANISMS IN REGULATORY PROTEINS

      Science
    67. ALMAULA N; EBERSOLE BJ; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; SEALFON SC
      CONTRIBUTION OF A HELIX-5 LOCUS TO SELECTIVITY OF HALLUCINOGENIC AND NONHALLUCINOGENIC LIGANDS FOR THE HUMAN 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE(2A) AND 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE(2C) RECEPTORS - DIRECT AND INDIRECT EFFECTS ON LIGAND AFFINITY MEDIATED BY THE SAME LOCUS

      Molecular pharmacology
    68. WENG GZ; LI JR; DINGUS J; HILDEBRANDT JD; WEINSTEIN H; IYENGAR R
      G-BETA SUBUNIT INTERACTS WITH A PEPTIDE ENCODING REGION-956-982 OF ADENYLYL-CYCLASE-2 - CROSS-LINKING OF THE PEPTIDE TO FREE G-BETA-GAMMA BUT NOT THE HETEROTRIMER

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    69. ALMAULA N; EBERSOLE BJ; ZHANG DQ; WEINSTEIN H; SEALFON SC
      MAPPING THE BINDING-SITE POCKET OF THE SEROTONIN 5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE(2A) RECEPTOR - SER(3.36(159)) PROVIDES A 2ND INTERACTION SITE FOR THE PROTONATED AMINE OF SEROTONIN BUT NOT OF LYSERGIC-ACID DIETHYLAMIDE ORBUFOTENIN

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. PETERS C; BALTHAZOR M; SHAPIRO EG; KING RJ; KOLLMAN C; HEGLAND JD; HENSLEEDOWNEY J; TRIGG ME; COWAN MJ; SANDERS J; BUNIN N; WEINSTEIN H; LENARSKY C; FALK P; HARRIS R; BOWEN T; WILLIAMS TE; GRAYSON GH; WARKENTIN P; SENDER L; COOL VA; CRITTENDEN M; PACKMAN S; KAPLAN P; LOCKMAN LA; ANDERSON J; KRIVIT W; DUSENBERY K; WAGNER J
      OUTCOME OF UNRELATED DONOR BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTATION IN 40 CHILDRENWITH HURLER-SYNDROME

      Blood
    71. PASTOR N; WEINSTEIN H
      DOES TATA MATTER

      Biophysical journal
    72. MEHLER EL; WEINSTEIN H
      STRUCTURAL AND DYNAMIC RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN APO-LOADED AND CA2-LOADED CALMODULIN()

      Biophysical journal
    73. PITICI F; MEHLER EL; WEINSTEIN H
      STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS AT A TARGET-BINDING SURFACE OF CALMODULIN

      Biophysical journal
    74. WRIGGERS W; SCHULTEN K; MEHLER EL; WEINSTEIN H
      STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF CALMODULIN IN SOLUTION

      Biophysical journal
    75. WEINSTEIN JA; GUARNIERI F; WEINSTEIN H
      THE STRUCTURAL ROLE OF THE PRO-X-PRO MOTIF IN DOMAIN-4 OF A MODEL HUMAN SEROTONIN 5HT2A RECEPTOR

      Biophysical journal
    76. GUARNIERI F; WEINSTEIN H
      CONFORMATIONAL MEMORIES AND THE EXPLORATION OF BIOLOGICALLY RELEVANT PEPTIDE CONFORMATIONS - AN ILLUSTRATION FOR THE GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE

      Biophysical journal
    77. RAMANATHAN CS; HAYDOCK K; HAYDOCK C; TAYLOR EW; WEINSTEIN H; MILLER LJ
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION BY G-PROTEIN COUPLED RECEPTORS - MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS OF TRANSMEMBRANE HELICES IN A BILAYER MIMETIC

      Biophysical journal
    78. FU DY; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H; CHEN JY; JAVITCH JA
      RESIDUES IN THE 7TH MEMBRANE-SPANNING SEGMENT OF THE DOPAMINE D2 RECEPTOR ACCESSIBLE IN THE BINDING-SITE CREVICE

      Biochemistry
    79. GUARNIERI F; WEINSTEIN H
      CONFORMATIONAL MEMORIES AND THE EXPLORATION OF BIOLOGICALLY RELEVANT PEPTIDE CONFORMATIONS - AN ILLUSTRATION FOR THE GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    80. PASTOR N; WEINSTEIN H
      ELECTROSTATIC ANALYSIS OF DNA-BINDING PROPERTIES IN LYSINE TO LEUCINEMUTANTS OF TATA-BOX BINDING-PROTEINS

      Protein engineering
    81. REINHARDT CP; WEINSTEIN H; MARCEL R; LEPPO JA
      COMPARISON OF IODINE-125-BMIPP AND TL-201 IN MYOCARDIAL HYPOPERFUSION

      The Journal of nuclear medicine
    82. ZHOU W; RODIC V; KITANOVIC S; FLANAGAN CA; CHI L; WEINSTEIN H; MAAYANI S; MILLAR RP; SEALFON SC
      A LOCUS OF THE GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING-HORMONE RECEPTOR THAT DIFFERENTIATES AGONIST AND ANTAGONIST BINDING-SITES

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    83. SEALFON SC; CHI L; EBERSOLE BJ; RODIC V; ZHANG D; BALLESTEROS JA; WEINSTEIN H
      RELATED CONTRIBUTION OF SPECIFIC HELIX-2 AND HELIX-7 RESIDUES TO CONFORMATIONAL ACTIVATION OF THE SEROTONIN 5-HT2A RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    84. WEINSTEIN H; REINHARDT CP; MARCEL R; LEPPO JA
      MYOCARDIAL REDISTRIBUTION OF BMIPP

      Circulation
    85. TALLMAN MS; ANDERSEN J; SCHIFFER CA; APPELBAUM FR; FEUSNER JE; WOODS WG; OGDEN A; WEINSTEIN H; SHEPHERD L; ROWE JM; WIERNIK PH
      PHASE-III RANDOMIZED STUDY OF ALL-TRANS-RETINOIC ACID (ATRA) VS DAUNORUBICIN (D) END CYTOSINE-ARABINOSIDE (A) AS INDUCTION THERAPY AND ATRAVS OBSERVATION AS MAINTENANCE THERAPY FOR PATIENTS WITH PREVIOUSLY UNTREATED ACUTE PROMYELOCYTIC LEUKEMIA (APL)

      Blood
    86. DUNUSSIJOANNOPOULOS K; CROPP JM; WEINSTEIN H; BURAKOFF S; NICKERSON P; STROM T; ARCECI RJ
      IRRADIATED B7-1 TRANSDUCED PRIMARY AML CELLS CAN BE USED AS THERAPEUTIC VACCINES IN EARLY STAGES OF MURINE AML

      Blood
    87. RAVINDRANATH Y; CHANG M; CAMITTA B; STEUBER CP; CARROLL A; GRESIK MV; RAIMONDI S; WEINSTEIN H
      PROGNOSTIC FACTORS IN CHILDHOOD ACUTE MYELOID-LEUKEMIA (AML) - EXPERIENCE ON PEDIATRIC-ONCOLOGY-GROUP (POG)-8821 AML STUDY

      Blood
    88. NAUMOVSKI L; MARTINOVSKY I; CHANG M; RAVINDRANATH Y; WEINSTEIN H; DAHL G
      OVEREXPRESSION OF BCL2 IN HL-60 MYELOID-LEUKEMIA CELLS PROMOTES CHEMOTHERAPY RESISTANCE BUT BCL2 PROTEIN-LEVELS DO NOT CORRELATE WITH PATIENT OUTCOME IN PEDIATRIC ACUTE MYELOGENOUS LEUKEMIA (AML)

      Blood
    89. GULATI J; AKELLA AB; SU H; MEHLER EL; WEINSTEIN H
      FUNCTIONAL-ROLE OF ARGININE-11 IN THE N-TERMINAL HELIX OF SKELETAL TROPONIN-C - COMBINED MUTAGENESIS AND MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS INVESTIGATION

      Biochemistry
    90. WEINSTEIN H; REINHARDT CP; WIRONEN JF; LEPPO JA
      MYOCARDIAL UPTAKE OF THALLIUM-201 AND TECHNETIUM-99M-LABELED SESTAMIBI AFTER ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION - COMPARISON BY QUANTITATIVE DUAL-TRACER AUTORADIOGRAPHY IN RABBITS

      Journal of nuclear cardiology
    91. WEINSTEIN H; KING MA; REINHARDT CP; MCSHERRY BA; LEPPO JA
      A METHOD OF SIMULTANEOUS DUAL-RADIONUCLIDE CARDIAC IMAGING WITH TECHNETIUM-99M AND THALLIUM-201 .1. ANALYSIS OF INTERRADIONUCLIDE CROSSOVERAND VALIDATION IN PHANTOMS

      Journal of nuclear cardiology
    92. MEHLER EL; KUSHICK JN; WEINSTEIN H
      CONSEQUENCES OF SEQUENTIAL CA2- COMPUTATIONAL SIMULATIONS AND COMPARISON TO EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATIONS IN SOLUTION (VOL 10, PG 309, 1993)(OCCUPANCY FOR THE STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF CALBINDIN(D9K) )

      Molecular simulation
    93. REINHARDT CP; WEINSTEIN H; MARCEL R; LEPPO JA
      I-125 BMIPP AS A MARKER OF MYOCARDIAL HYPOPERFUSION - COMPARISON TO TL-201 BY QUANTITATIVE DUAL TRACER AUTORADIOGRAPHY

      Journal of the American College of Cardiology
    94. SADOWITZ PD; DUBOWY R; SOUID A; POLLOCK BH; WEINSTEIN H; PARMLEY RT; BOWMAN WP; LAND V; VATS T; PRATT C; BUCHANAN GR
      PHASE-I TRIAL OF CONTINUOUS-INFUSION CARBOPLATIN AND ETOPOSIDE IN CHILDREN WITH REFRACTORY ACUTE-LEUKEMIA - A PEDIATRIC-ONCOLOGY-GROUP STUDY

      Journal of clinical oncology
    95. LUO XC; ZHANG DQ; WEINSTEIN H
      LIGAND-INDUCED DOMAIN MOTION IN THE ACTIVATION MECHANISM OF A G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR

      Protein engineering
    96. LAUNER LJ; SCHELTENS P; LINDEBOOM J; BARKHOF F; WEINSTEIN H; JONKER C
      COGNITIVE, BRAIN ATROPHY AND SOCIOMEDICAL CORRELATES OF HIPPOCAMPAL ATROPHY IN AN OPEN POPULATION OF OLD PERSONS

      Neurobiology of aging
    97. WEINSTEIN H; REINHARDT CP; MARCEL R; LEPPO JA
      DIRECT-DETECTION OF MYOCARDIAL-ISCHEMIA BY TC-99M NITROIMIDAZOLE IN RABBITS

      The Journal of nuclear medicine
    98. REINHARDT CP; WEINSTEIN H; MARCEL R; LEPPO JA
      REGIONAL BLOOD-FLOW DETERMINATION BY AUTORADIOGRAPHIC MICROSPHERE IMAGING

      The Journal of nuclear medicine
    99. DEVRIES DJ; KING MA; WEINSTEIN H
      SCATTER CORRECTION FOR TL-201 CARDIAC IMAGING - A MONTE-CARLO INVESTIGATION

      The Journal of nuclear medicine
    100. BUSQUE L; ILARIA R; TANTRAVAHI R; WEINSTEIN H; GILLILAND DG
      CLONALITY ANALYSIS OF CHILDHOOD ALL IN REMISSION - NO EVIDENCE OF CLONAL HEMATOPOIESIS

      Leukemia research


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